• Selection and Utilization of Instructional Media for Effective Practice Teaching
    Introduction Teaching practice is an important aspect of teacher education. In training schools and colleges, trainee teachers basically learn about their: subject, that is, specialized knowledge in a particular subject area. The techniques of teaching subject content (pedagogy/methodology) and how
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  • Similarities and Differences Betweeen Evidence Based Practice and Reflective Practice
    Within the field of education there is a range of methods and practices which have been implemented by professionals, in order to improve the provision for learners. Some of the methods adopted may be due to government legislation. An example of this is the National Curriculum. It was introduced to
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  • Good Teaching Is an Art as Well as a Science
    “Good teaching is a skillful blend of artistic and scientific elements. Teaching as an art involves beliefs, emotions, values and flexibility, while teaching as a science utilizes instructional practices that are proven by research to improve student achievement” (Snowman and Biehler, 2006). Ac
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  • Teaching Experience
    Running Head: TEACHING EXPERIENCE/REFLECTION PAPER Margaret Carter MAT 534 Teaching Experience In order to be a successful educator, it is important to reflect upon one’s teaching. This may include videotaping classes, being observed by a colleague, asking for help with a
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  • Expert Teaching
    Introduction This essay seeks to focus on two main concepts that have influenced my thinking in regards to my own teaching career. My personal interest in the two concepts have opened up a window of opportunity for me to critically evaluate the overlapping influences that have impacted my teachin
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  • Communicative Language Teaching
    Communicative Language Teaching Today Jack C. Richards cambridge university press Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo Cambridge University Press 32 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10013-2473, USA www.cambridge.org © Cambridge University Press 2006 T
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  • The Use of the Chalkboard and Computers in the Teaching of Mathematics in Secondary Schools in Cameroon
    1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Education There are many definitions of education given by individuals and organisations which reflect their philosophies and objectives. R. S. Peterson (1966) defined education as the intentionally bringing about of a mental process that is instrumental to something that is
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  • Teaching Methodology
    A Quick Guide to the Teaching Methodologies This part of the curriculum provides some basic instructions and recommendations in teaching methodology. Users of the curriculum are strongly encouraged to go through this section before using the modules. Those teachers who are not totally familiar w
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  • Student Teaching Manual
    Student Teaching Manual Initial Baccalaureate Program and Initial Post Baccalaureate Program St. Thomas Aquinas College Division of Teacher Education Educators are informed decision-makers who create effective learning opportunities for all students. Table of Contents Chapter Page Lette
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  • Why Do Teachers and Other Educational Practitioners Become Researchers of Their Own Practice?
    phd Why do teachers and other educational practitioners become researchers of their own practice? Is their primary motivation one of self-development, the attainment of a doctoral qualification, or the desire to improve outcomes for their learners? Practitioner research is often believed to bring a
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  • Inclusive Practice
    Optional Unit 1 Inclusive Practice “Inclusion applies to an arrangement where every student’s (including disabled learners) entitlements have been designed in from the outset, as opposed to integration which applies to the assimilation of students into a pre-existing arrangement.” (www.ps
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  • Innovative Practice Within Fe
    A fundamental relating to reflection within the philosophy of the Institute for Learning is that we, the teachers, are paramount to the process of reflective practice. The aforementioned sounds blatantly obvious, however, in the context of the Institute for Learning’s thinking, “reflection is n
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  • Reflective Practice
    REFLECTIVE PRACTICE Reflection has been defined as an active, persistent and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge (Dewey, 1933. Dawn, 2007). Reflective practice is a process to improve quality of performance in the workplace, skills up to date throughout workplace and l
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  • Teaching
    How can I improve my teaching? Rotem A. Abstract There is nothing mysterious about improving teaching. To learn to teach better teachers should: (a) be prepared and motivated to learn; (b) consider their needs and interests in order to specify whay they want to learn; (c) secure feedback and
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  • Describe What Your Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries Would Be as a Teacher in Terms of the Teaching/Training Cycle
    Rotherham College of Arts and Technology City & Guilds 7303 L3/4 Tutor Barry Holmes Learner ID: 01049010 Brenda Diskin Describe what your role, responsibilities and bounda
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  • Teaching Pronunciation
    INTRODUCTION According to the new school Curriculum and the European Council of Education the problem of teaching pronunciation in TEFL is a very actual one and it had been studied and analyzed by many great teachers. I tried also to do a research and I dedicated it to this topic :” WAYS OF TEAC
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  • Teaching Writing Informal Letters
    Contents Introduction……………………………………………………………………………2 Chapter I. General notion of writing………………………………………………….3 1.1.Writing skills……..……………………………………………
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  • Inslusion Practice in Education
    ‘The inclusion of children with learning difficulties in mainstream classrooms is fine in theory.’ Discuss. ‘Disability means, in relation to a person, a restriction in the capacity of the person to participate in and benefit from education on account of an enduring physical, sensory, mental
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  • Reflection
    REFLECTIVE PRACTICE Reflective assignment 2 Introduction The purpose of this essay is to reflect on my personal role in the inter-professional team and the delivery of healthcare that I have encountered during my duty as a health care assistant in one of the hospitals here in England. In acc
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  • Use of Games to Make Teaching Interactive
    The use of games in learning grammar. Grammar acquisition is increasingly viewed as crucial to language acquisition. However, there is much disagreement as to the effectiveness of different approaches for presenting vocabulary items. Moreover, learning grammar is often perceived as a tedious and la
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